Anne Curtis’ “Aurora” breaches ₱100 million mark

‘Aurora’ reached box-office gross of 107 Million within 15 days This is Anne Curtis’ third box-office hit in 2018 Viva Films’ “Aurora”, the MMFF 2018 entry of Anne Curtis, continues to perform well in the box office amidst stiff competition with other entries. READ: Anne Curtis reveals she wants to work with Coco Martin This horror movie earned ₱107 million in the Philippine box-office, according to producer Viva Films. Through an Twitter post of Viva Films, it was revealed that the movie reached this box-office gross within …

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Bimby wants to hold “Fantastica” block screening; Kris Aquino and Vice Ganda clear misconception

Kris Aquino and Vice Ganda chose to be in good terms. Bimby Aquino wanted to sponsor a block screening for Fantastica. Kris and Vice cleared the misconception of the former’s failure to sponsor a block screening for Fantastica. Kris Aquino and Vice Ganda will always be each other’s “asawa.”  This was proved through Aquino’s recent Instagram post, revealing a screenshot of Bimby‘s conversation with the comedian. The 11-year-old wanted to sponsor a block screening for the comedian’s 2018 Metro Manila Film Festival entry, Fantastica. Kris …

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The Biggest Winners of 2018: Filipino Celebrities Who Conquered the Hearts of Many

Many artists became the talk of the year on 2018. Most of these celebrities made some noise after they won numerous awards and recognition, some became viral and broke the internet, while others made successful comebacks. Regardless of the reason, they are all winners as they managed to get everyone’s attention. Let’s look back at the local showbiz scene’s biggest winners of 2018. READ: The Biggest Losers of 2018: 12 Pinoy Celebrities Who Fell Short in Hitting their Marks 18. Iyah Mina and Juliana Parizcova Segovia …

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Richard Gutierrez, Dingdong Dantes and Vice Ganda’s “Fantastica” remains #1 with more than ₱400-million

Fantastica remained #1 in the unofficial tally of the Metro Manila Film Festival entries. As of Wednesday, January 2, an unofficial tally came out. Fantastica and Jack Em Popoy: The Puliscredibles battled over 2018 top grosser. The 2018 Metro Manila Film Festival entries are consisted of: Fantastica, Jack Em Popoy: The Puliscredibles, Mary, Marry Me, Aurora, One Great Love, Otlum, The Girl in the Orange Dress and Rainbow’s Sunset. The Vice Ganda-starrer featured Dingdong Dantes, Richard Gutierrez and three biggest love teams of ABS-CBN. Fantastica remains #1. As of Wednesday, January 2, an unofficial tally came out. Fantastica had Php418-million while Jack Em Popoy: The Puliscredibles had Php357-million. Meanwhile, Aurora gained Php79.6-million as Mary, Marry …

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Aurora: Visually Appealing, but…

Not all that is expensive is impressive. There is no doubt that this film is visually appealing especially the Aurora ship tragedy shots. Yam Laranas’s film Aurora could really boast of its technical and visual aspects. There is no doubt about that. Landing as Second Best Picture at the recently concluded Gabi ng Parangal of the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) 2018 is already a testament that the film has achieved quite a landmark in Philippine cinema. The film is top-billed by Anne Curtis and …

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Anne Curtis reveals she wants to work with Coco Martin

Coco Martin applauded Yam Laranas and Anne Curtis for Aurora. Anne Curtis replied, hoping to work with him someday.  They both starred in 2018 Metro Manila Film Festival entries. Anne Curtis named Coco Martin as one of the actors she wanted to work with in the future. They both starred in 2018 Metro Manila Film Festival in Aurora and Jack Em Popoy: The Puliscredibles respectively. Coco applauds Anne. In an Instagram post, Martin expressed his admiration towards Yam Laranas’ horror film, Aurora. He even congratulated Curtis for having continuous set of projects this year. View this post on Instagram …

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‘Rainbow Sunset’ upsets the most-expensive entry ‘Aurora’ at MMFF 2018’s Gabi ng Parangal

The Viva Films’ official entry to the Metro Manila Film Festival 2018—Yam Laranas’s Aurora and the most-favored to win was overtaken by a complicated love triangle drama between two elderly gay men and a straight woman in Joel Lamangan’s Rainbow Sunset. Despite the shock from the audience that Eddie Garcia who played the old Ramon who has an affair with Tony Mabesa’s character as Fredo; the veteran actors settled as Special Jury Prize and Best Supporting Actor awardee, respectively. Gloria Romero who played the old …

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Celebrate Christmas with MMFF 2018 at SM Cinema

Celebrate Christmas with MMFF 2018 at SM Cinema Don’t miss out the fun and enjoy the latest MMFF flicks with your families and friends from December 25 to January 1 at SM Cinema branches nationwide Celebrate with SM Cinema the most wonderful time of the year together with the latest movie offerings of the much-awaited film festival in the country, the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF). For 44 years, the MMFF has been part of the Filipino Christmas and this year it becomes bigger with …

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UNOFFICIAL TALLY: Top earners of MMFF 2018

Vice Ganda-starrer Fantastica widened its gap between Jack Em Popoy: The Puliscredibles. Both contenders already reached its Php100-million mark. Vice expressed his gratitude on Twitter and Instagram Story, thanking his fans. Vice Ganda goes on top again! Fantastica becomes number one in an official tally of the gross of the eight 2018 Metro Manila Film Festival entries. The entries include Jack Em Popoy: The Puliscredibles, Aurora, Mary Marry Me, One Great Love, The Girl in the Orange Dress, OTLUM and Rainbow’s Sunset. The film festival opened on Christmas Day, …

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“Fantastica” and “Jack Em Popoy: The Puliscredibles” battle each other for MMFF 2018 top grosser

MMFF spokesperson revealed the two top grossers of the film festival. Fantastica and Jack Em Popoy: The Puliscredibles battle over the top grosser title.  The 2018 Metro Manila Film Festival entries are consisted of: Fantastica, Jack Em Popoy: The Puliscredibles, Mary, Marry Me, Aurora, One Great Love, Otlum, The Girl in the Orange Dress and Rainbow’s Sunset. The festival will hold its Gabi ng Parangal on Thursday, December 27.  READ: Spokesperson reveals the leading MMFF 2018 entries in the Box Office MMFF hopes for a Php1-Billion mark. According to …

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